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Meet the Reis, a family of five who lives in an old converted school bus parked in West Los Angeles. What brought them to this way of living? What is it like to live this way? What can we learn from their lifestyle? Award winning photographer Dotan Saguy artfully explores these questions and more through his in-depth heartfelt document of one family’s 10-month stay on the streets of LA.Unfortunately, Venice Beach sits on the edge of a knife: gentrification and corporate greed threaten to squash the way of life that has defined Venice for decades. Saguy has documented what could be a lost society should the faces you see here be forced to acculturate. Allow yourself to be mesmerized – as Dotan Saguy has been – by this way of life, before it fades away.

Nowhere to go but Everywhere. First Edition, Signed.

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